Gazprom and Mitsui also discussed further collaboration on the Baltic LNG project that includes the construction of a 10-mtpa natural gas liquefaction plant near the seaport of Ust-Luga in the Leningrad Region. The project aims at countries in the Atlantic region, the Middle East, and South Asia, as well as small-scale LNG markets in the areas of the Baltic and North Seas.
The 5th International LNG Congress will cover LNG projects in Baltic region, small-scale, mid-scale and large-scale LNG technologies, and new implementation of LNG industry. The representatives of the leading LNG companies, governmental bodies, equipment manufacturers and EPC contractors will gather at the Congress on 29-30 April at St. Julian’s, Malta to discuss the most relevant topics and practical cases.
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